Kendzierski named Essex center managerDoug P. Kendzierski...

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October 25, 1992

Kendzierski named Essex center manager

Doug P. Kendzierski of Abingdon has been named manager of the Computer Technology Training Center at Essex Community College. He is responsible for all non-credit computer instruction at the college and in charge of the White Marsh Training Center in the White Marsh Business Center and the Computer Technology Training Center on the Essex campus.

Mr. Kendzierski, a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a major in information systems management, is completing a master's degree in operations analysis at the UMBC graduate school.

He came to Essex from UMBC, where he was assistant director of management information systems and part-time director of Career Prep, a program of the Maryland State Department of Education.

He also has been a faculty member at UMBC since 1988, teaching in the information systems department.

He is married to Lisa Kendzierski, a language arts teacher at Highlandtown Elementary School.

Tri-Home Services appoints coordinator

Charlotte Hollenbeck, a registered nurse, has been appointed clinical coordinator for Tri-Home Services.

Mrs. Hollenbeck is a graduate of Catonsville Community College.

Tri-Home Services is a division of Tri-Home Health Care and Services Inc., an agency providing home health care, hospice and support services in Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard and Cecil counties and Baltimore.

Paulette Hendricks and Susan Humbert, service representatives of Tri-Home Health Care and Services Inc., were recognized by the Hospice Network of Maryland for their service to hospices in Maryland. Ms. Hendricks was recognized for 10 years of service and Susan Humbert was recognized for six years.

Pamela Reiter named to library trustee board

Pamela C. Reiter has been appointed to the Harford County board of library trustees. She will represent the Joppa-Edgewood area.

Mrs. Reiter has lived in Harford County for 19 years. She has

been active with the Joppatowne Jaycees, Department of Parks and Recreation, and Friends of Joppa Library. She also was a board member of area Parent-Teacher Associations and a Brownie and Girl Scout leader.

Mrs Reiter lives in Joppatowne with her husband, Murray, and their two children, Kimberlee and Chip. Kevin F. Bress, an attorney residing in Abingdon, has joined the Owings Mills law firm of Kandel, Frank and Chernow as a partner to manage the firm's estates and trusts practice.

Mr. Bress, who was reared in Havre de Grace, has established a Havre de Grace office in the Medical

Arts Building at 131 S. Union Ave.

He also is the host of the WAMD radio talk show, "MoneyTalk," in Aberdeen.

Army Chemical Corps honors Elmer Engquist

Elmer H. Engquist, director of Edgewood Regional Operations for Battelle, has been named a Distinguished Member of the U.S. Army Chemical Corps.

Mr. Engquist is only the 12th person -- military or civilian -- to be inducted as a distinguished member of the corps.

He joined Battelle in 1980 after 37 years of civilian service with the U.S. Army Armament Research and Development Command's chemical systems laboratory and its predecessor organizations. While employed in key technical and managerial positions, Mr. Engquist was nominated by the Army for a Rockefeller Public Service Award in 1955 and was awarded a Secretary of Army Research and Study Fellowship in 1957.

Since joining Battelle, Mr. Engquist has managed many technical programs for the military. He has more than 50 government technical publications to his credit.

Battelle serves industry and government by developing, commercializing and managing technology.

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